The public launch of the Dynamics 365 Spring Wave was at the Microsoft Business Forward event in Amsterdam on March 21st, 2018. Here are some highlights from the event, shared over on Twitter with the #MSBusinessFwd and #MSDyn365 hashtags. (If you’re viewing this post on Dynamics Community page then you might want to visit the original post on Surviving CRM site to see the embedded content.)
There’s A LOT to chew on in this release and there’s literally 10+ blog posts released today by Microsoft, spanning from traditional Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement team blog to PowerApps to even Power BI. You can start drilling down into this wealth of new information from the announcement by James Phillips: Accelerating digital transformation with the spring 2018 release for Dynamics 365 and Business Application Platform.
"#PowerApps P2 officially becomes the new platform SKU, moving away from being a admin and maker focused plan to becoming THE plan for users of stand-alone model driven apps." The #XRM SKU you've been asking for #MSDyn365— Jukka Niiranen (@jukkan) March 21, 2018
"Business apps have been the same thing since forever. Record keeping systems, systems of oppression." @JamesMPhillips showing the way forward with modern #MSDyn365 biz apps at #MSBusinessFwd pic.twitter.com/gT5aFsrz0z— Jukka Niiranen (@jukkan) March 21, 2018
Worth reading this other post from @PowerApps to understand how the existing PowerApps are now called canvas apps and the new model driven apps are in reality the #Dynamics365 CE apps model https://t.co/RbqdzaY4ks— Marco Amoedo (@marcoamoedo) March 21, 2018